Audit on NSA Vulnerabilities Should Be Public, Times Says

Spurred to action by a House intelligence report, The New York Times has sued to obtain a study on security vulnerabilities that may have allowed Edward Snowden to breach the National Security Agency’s system.

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Trump’s Torture Comments Draw Out CIA Whistleblower Kiriakou

Torture works, President Donald Trump said Wednesday, the same day press secretary Sean Spicer denied that the White House was working on a draft executive order to reinstate the CIA interrogation program. News of the remarks caught the eye of John Kiriakou, the first CIA analyst to publicly confirm that the intelligence agency used waterboarding, which he characterized as torture.

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